Rabbi Lazer Brody translating a joke for Rabbi Shalom Arush in Miami, during the recent "Emuna is our Future" speaking tour - he doesn't need to translate, "You changed my life" anymore… photo by Rachel Israel, Miami
The one phrase I don't need to translate for my esteemed and beloved teacher Rabbi Shalom Arush shlit'a is, "You changed my life." During our recent North American "Emuna is Our Future" speaking tour, Rav Shalom heard it from almost everyone who spoke to him, as I witnessed during our 16 days together morning and night. And now, after the tour has been completed, he is receiving loads of letters, where people are saying the same thing over and over, like the one Dov from South Florida sent us. This is phenomenal...
Would you believe that a boy who never went to school because he spent his young years in concentration camps and escaping from the Nazis would grow up to be Commander of US Army Special Forces? This is much more than a hero story: don't miss The Tiger from Kovno, about Maj. General Sidnet Shachnow ob"m, by Rabbi Lazer Brody.
Also featured this week:
Dr. Zev Ballen - Sincerely Sorry
Racheli Reckles - The Garden of Nagging Wives
Yehudit Channen - Going Home
David Ben Horin - You're Fired!
Menachem Zakai - A Hidden Tzaddik's Advice
Hinda Sheva Liberman - Caught by the Silver Badge
Enjoy, and have a splendid new week!